Good news Pension Hike for Retired police Officers in Sharjah. According to the source expected hike is Dh17,500.
Sharjah Police Officers Pension increase:
Hundreds of retired police officers in Sharjah will get the benefit of a hike in pension. It is Good news Pension Hike for Retired police officers is a good decision. It is going to boost security people confidence even more.
More than 450 retirees get benefit of Pension:
According to the sources hike of police officers is between Dh 10000 to Dh 17500. The process of giving more pensions to more than 450 retirees will start after Dr Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah Sign.
Dr Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah:
The Ruler of Sharjah announcing a 43% increase in pension on the local radio channel on Tuesday. It is going to cost Dh40 Million. This decision is taken based on the living standard of Emirates.
King felt his Police Officers are not getting enough pension, so he decided to pay them more like Emirates officers. He wants to see Sharjah officers live a good life. They have served our nation for years. They deserve a good life.
He said the Sharjah government is also looking into the economic difficulties or debts the retirees have experienced in the past years.
Compensation to retirees in Sharjah:
“Compensate is going to be done for the material suffering they went through during the last period. King is personally dealing in this matter, and every file that comes on his table will benefit.
After this decision, Chief of Sharjah Police Maj Gen Saif Al Shamsi stated his appreciation and thanks to the Ruler of Sharjah. “His Highness constantly keeps in touch with us – maybe five or six times daily – inquiring about everything and data,” Maj Gen Al Shamsi said.
“The settlement has warmed our souls and would immediately show in the lives of the retirees, especially families of late retirees who gave their lives to police work.”
In August, Sheikh Dr Sultan also declared scholarships for hundreds of Emirati students to study at the University of Sharjah and the American University of Sharjah.